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From <Oliver.Scha...@unilog.de>
Subject AW: [users@httpd] How to Check
Date Mon, 27 Feb 2006 18:05:40 GMT
cat /etc/issue
an example printout:

  anyone@somewhat>cat /etc/issue
  Welcome to SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 (x86_64) - Kernel \r (\l).

and if you wnat to know only the "x86_64"  
than 
  anyone@somewhat> uname -p
  x86_64
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Von: sanjay tripathi [mailto:sanjoy_143@yahoo.com]
Gesendet: Mo 27.02.2006 18:59
An: users@httpd.apache.org
Betreff: Re: [users@httpd] How to Check
 
Hi Kishore,
                 I think all these commands not giving about N Bit OS?
   
  Thanks
  Sanjay Tripathi

Kishore Jalleda <kjalleda@gmail.com> wrote:
  I am not really sure but may be you could get some hint from these

#cat /proc/cpuinfo
#uname -a
#arch

or refer to your products documentation ............:)

Kishore Jalleda

On 2/27/06, sanjay tripathi wrote:
> Hey,
> can you tell me any one if i want to know that
> How to check to Linux Base OS that its N Bit OS?
> Any command by which we can get?
>
> Thanks
> Sanjay Tripathi
>
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